VST Analog Drum Machine

The Lower Rhythm release the D15/2 analogue drum module for Windows      14/09/09
VST Analog Drum Machine

The lower Rhythm tell us that their D15/2 is a stereo, vintage-style analogue drum module (no samples). It follows standard trigger placement and is fully tunable -- this means that you can alter nearly every possible parameter that defines how the drum voices sound. With a total of 16 voices (including two kick paths), global and bass drum dedicated bit crushers (one of each), two mixed output channels including a tube emulation with pre / post gain as well as a master reverb, TLR say that the D15/2 lends an uncommon level of control and variation to the analog drum concept.
  • 16 voices including 2 BD voices
  • two bit crushers (one on BD channel, one on the master)
  • master room reverb
  • clean and tube emulated (with pre/post gain) output channels
Pricing and Availability:
$11.99 More information:
  • The Lower Rhythm


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    loneraver    Said...

    Sounds interesting but it needs a step sequencer and possibly a GUI overhaul before I consider it.

    14-Sep-09 12:03 PM

    Radiophobic    Said...

    Bit crusher on the base drum, but not on the hats?

    Don't know why, but plugins that are marketed as analogue are starting to get on my nerves.

    14-Sep-09 04:06 PM

    Juniper7    Said...

    Hmm, GUI over sound... okay. And from what I've gathered, it is analog modeled. I dunno, I dig it.. definitely does something different with the tech. Sounds like neither of you even used it... still, I'm sure your comments are appreciated.

    15-Sep-09 05:28 AM

    Arsonogin    Said...

    Just bought it. Love the control Would be cool if it had a sequencer, but personally I don't load my plugins into anything that isn't already a sequencer.

    15-Sep-09 05:29 AM

    chrystahlmethid    Said...

    Dude have you ever tried to bit crush a synthesized hi hat? Doesn't quite work out so well, at least that's my guess.

    But oh well, I don't like red.

    15-Sep-09 05:34 AM

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